Decade Statistics

Season of '19

Record

10-1-0 (.909)

Head Coach

Curly Lambeau

Decade Statistics

Season of '20

Record

9-1-1 (.900)

Head Coach

Curly Lambeau

Decade Statistics

Season of '21

Record

3-2-1 (.600)

Sixth (tie) in American Professional Football Association

Head Coach

Curly Lambeau

Decade Statistics

Season of '22

Record

4-3-3 (.571)

Sixth (tie) in National Football League

Head Coach

Curly Lambeau

Decade Statistics

Season of '23

Record

7-2-1 (.778)

Third (tie) in National Football League

Head Coach

Curly Lambeau

Decade Statistics

Season of '24

Record

7-4-0 (.636)

Sixth in National Football League

Head Coach

Curly Lambeau

Decade Statistics

Season of '25

Record

8-5-0 (.615)

Ninth in National Football League

Head Coach

Curly Lambeau

Decade Statistics

Season of '26

Record

7-3-3 (.700)

Fifth in National Football League

Head Coach

Curly Lambeau

Decade Statistics

Season of '27

Record

7-2-1 (.778)

Second in National Football League

Head Coach

Curly Lambeau

Decade Statistics

Season of '28

Record

6-4-3 (.600)

Fourth in National Football League

Head Coach

Curly Lambeau

Decade Statistics

Season of '29

Record

12-0-1 (1.000)

First in National Football League

Playoff Results

Declared league champion by record

Head Coach

Curly Lambeau

Back In The Day

Back In The Day In 1919

#1 Movie

The Miracle Man

#1 Movie

#1 Song

After You've Gone

#1 Song by Marion Harris

President

Woodrow Wilson

President

President

104.5 Million

US Population

Back In The Day In 1920

#1 Movie

Something to Think About

#1 Movie

#1 Song

Swanee

#1 Song by Al Jolson

Population

31,017

Population of Green Bay

President

106.46 million

US Population

Back In The Day In 1921

#1 Movie

The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse

#1 Movie

#1 Song

I Ain't Got Nobody

#1 Song by Marion Harris

President

Warren G. Harding

President

President

108.54 million

US Population

Back In The Day In 1922

#1 Movie

Robin Hood

#1 Movie

#1 Song

My Man

#1 Song by Franny Brice

President

Warren G. Harding

President

President

110.05 million

US Population

Back In The Day In 1923

#1 Movie

The Covered Wagon

#1 Movie

#1 Song

Down Hearted Blues

#1 Song by Bessie Smith

President

Warren G. Harding

President

President

111.95 million

US Population

Back In The Day In 1924

#1 Song

Rhapsody in Blue

#1 Song by George Gershwin

NFL Milestone

The league had 18 franchises (including Kenosha)

NFL Milestone

President

Calvin Coolidge

President

President

114.11 million

US Population

Back In The Day In 1925

#1 Movie

Ben-Hur: A Tale of the Christ

#1 Movie

#1 Song

Sweet Georgia Brown

#1 Song by Ben Bernie

President

Calvin Coolidge

President

President

115.83 million

US Population

Back In The Day In 1926

#1 Movie

Aloma of the South Seas

#1 Movie

#1 Song

Bye Bye, Blackbird

#1 Song by Gene Austin

President

Calvin Coolidge

President

President

117.40 million

US Population

Back In The Day In 1927

#1 Movie

The Jazz Singer

#1 Movie

#1 Song

Stardust

#1 Song by Hoagy Carmichael

President

Calvin Coolidge

President

President

119.04 million

US Population

Back In The Day In 1928

Oscar Best Actor

Emil Jannings

Oscar - Best Actor

Janet Gaynor

Oscar - Best Actress

#1 Movie

The Singing Fool

#1 Movie

#1 Song

T For Texas (Blue Yodel No 1)

#1 Song by Jimmie Rodgers

President

Calvin Coolidge

President

Back In The Day In 1929

Oscar Best Actor

Warner Baxter

Oscar - Best Actor

Mary Pickford

Oscar - Best Actress

#1 Movie

Welcome Danger

#1 Movie

#1 Song

Makin' Whoopee

#1 Song by Eddie Cantor

President

$0.21

Price of Gas

Highlights

In the Beginning

A pair of meetings in the Green Bay Press-Gazette building in the summer of 1919 laid the foundation for a professional football team sponsored by the Indian Packing Co. In September of that year, the Packers played their first game, and two years later they were admitted to the American Professional Football Association, soon to be renamed the National Football League.

Howard “Cub” Buck, a member of Jim Thorpe’s acclaimed Canton Bulldogs, was a significant early player signing, and the first game in the NFL’s oldest rivalry was played in 1921 when the Packers played the Chicago Staleys, who are now of course the Bears.

The Green Bay Football Corporation’s first stock sale raised $5,000 and established the franchise’s community roots, while 15 board members and a five-man executive committee, headed by President Andrew Turnbull, were elected at the first stockholders meeting at the Brown County Courthouse.

 

Players

Verne Lewellen

HB

Jug Earp

C

Whitey Woodin

G

Bernard "Boob" Darling

C

Red Dunn

BB

Curly Lambeau

B
# 1

Charlie Mathys

BB

Cub Buck

T

Defining Moments